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>> the re is as follows. memorial for those who had found. but mr. smith was found in that their lives overseas. safe room. you can see the president, so it was a very complex et state hillary situation. extremely dangerous. you had, again, outside the the resoluti was unanimous. clinton there as well siting the statdepartme in attack by the militants. light of thisy ugly and very inside they are trying to fight >> we are interested in tragic situation. the fire. very tragic suaon that and it was really two fronts. happened i libya. respecting the willdlsohe >> thank you very much, jill the u.s. ambassadoto libya, three others ofrse wee dougherty. told were killed a we appreciate that. national interests. consulate. president obama has this warning we trust that the w would anw not only are s. for those it responsible for the marines headed to libya help murders of american diplomats in that the fbi also getting libya, justice will be done. also appreciate. volved now. crime andce copondent here's the president. mr. ohoins me now. >> acts of terror will ever ♪ shake the resolve of this it just how involved areth great nation, alter that >> well, don, the fbi has character, or eclipse the light confiran investigation is of the values that we stand for. underway. that's the first thing. federal law enforcement officials today we mourn for more americans who represent the very agents from the new york field best of the united states of office are expecting to be america. we will not waiver in our commitment to see that justice deployed to investigate this case in benghazi. is done for this terrible act victims, for example, who were and make no mistake, justice injured, key witnesses expected will be done. >> as the story continues to to be questioned, evidence of course analyzed and collected. ♪
unfold, we're getting in new this team sort of snds by information into what may have there in new york city to go out prompted attacks in egypt and to events like this. and the team in new york is the libya and may have more to do with the anniversary of 9/11 team that would go to africa, of than with a movie that insulted which libya is a part, don. the muslim faith. looking at the consulate, that >> i have a question for you, >> a free and stable libya is joe. many would think that we'd have a number of people on the ground was after the mob attack. it wase our americans lost their lives. still in america's interest and including the fbi. youeard jill dougherty lkg why doesn't the fbi already have about how they died. security and we will not turn a team on the ground? >> right. among them, the u.s. ambassador well, first of all, there are our back on that nor we will some offices for example in libsther stevens. africa that might be sending people there right now. rest until those responsible for these attacks are found and but as far as why the team from this was cairo, ypt last night as aob atackedur embassy the united states hasn't left, that's anybody's guess. there. we do know there are some they tore down the amenand shre. brought to justice. political questions that could >> while we focused on the major waoring in senior factor into this. they have to ask the host political events in the lives of government, libya in other international correspondent nick words, for permission for fbi libyans, we should also point robertson. agents to go there and do their he's in london. out that there have been dozens what can you tell us about the of violent incidents including a work. and the libyan government has to people were liky behind these attks? minor explosion in benghazi in agree. so it's not yet clear what stage >> reporter: we know the last attack on the conlate w of that they're in. a couple of sources have told us the 5th of june. june. no one was hurt there. mitt romney is taking some heat this has been a fairly chaotic chris stevens was there at the for joining on the attack last time as well. night, even as the events in situation with the u.s. envoy dead, the embassy set on fire. benghazi still were developing. by the way, libya also has a the notes left behind said that
the attack was revenge for the he called the obama relatively new government. administration's handling of the attacks in benghazi and cairo so a lot of reasons why the cogs killing of a seen r your al could be moving slowly here, qaeda figure. don. >> just a few seconds before we they said he was killed in a get to wolf blitzer. disgraceful saying they seem to sympathize with the attackers. can you talk to us about the drone attack. you may have seen it here. mood in washington today? that was never confirmed, his a top romney aid bristled at the we saw the somber pictures from killing, until yesterday when suggestion that romney may have the secretary of state and the president visiting the state the head of al qaeda issued a spoken too soon. department today in light of >> it couldn't wait? these killings. video statement saying that he >> well, people are deeply was dead on calling on libyan >> well, let me again reiterate. moved. this was an ambassador the timeline you suggest was not well-known here and well-liked. jihadist to attack and kill the same that i just went americans. late last year the head of al through. >> i'm not asking about the timeline. qaeda sent senior jihadists to it couldn't wait until all of the the information was found out about -- hang on. let me finish. set up training camps inside you didn't answer. libya. thr aware of the training camps i gave you plenty of time when i and aware of the people running asked the first time and you gave me three points. those camps. so we don't know if al qaeda had so you're saying it could not a responsibility in this or the groups affiliated with them had a responsibility if this attack, wait, yes or no? but they are well known for operating in that region and it couldn't wait? seemed to have had a hand in the >> that's a silly question. >> it's not a silly question previous attack on the 5th of because now we're looking at -- june. >> so nic, all of this begs the you're having to backtrack now question, the libyan government and talk about a statement. it's not a silly question. too weak to deal with armed
that's why you're here is to insurgents? >> absolutely. talk about that statement. and government officials i >> i came here to talk about the talked to, they said we don't have a national police force, we failed policies in the middle don't have a national army. east, which is what the american re interested. there are armed militias the failedolici of leading throughout the country. fr behind. the government cannot unify what you wanto do is pay a them. isn't ableo projheir influence or per even outside the capital troli. gotcha questn. ght.as acceptable. they s they have left tribes did yu hefine. in charge of the area around t it wasacptable. it was right. >> i heard you, but that'snot . al qaerainin camps. wot able to shut them but we'll move onnow. i want to read what some in your down. they did tell me back in jun even then, the united states was party are saying. a speech writer for rold re s don't feel mr. romney has been dog mself flying surveillance drone any favor in the past few inhe east of libya.e metis when reallyad things >> nic robertson, thank you very happen, when hot thingshappen, much. this crisis was just unfolding when mitt romney released this cool words or no words is the statement. it's disgraceful that the obama way to go administration's first response so she says your guy didn't do himself any favors for jumping was not to condemn attacks on out in front of this. what's your reaction? >> well, as someone who served our diplomatic missions, but to
sympathize with those who waged as deputy chief of staff for ate tacks. the campaign started drawing ronald reagan at the white house fire from democrats and anr asistan in the white house, i think ronald republicans. dana bash joins us from capitol reagan would have had no problem hill. dana, this is getting nasty, but with gernor romney speaking the question is, what sort of the truth and saying toth political gain, if anything, is american people we shouldn't in it for the romney campaign to apologize for our values and we release such a statement so should stand up fo what we believe d that the american soon? >> reporter: that's a question that's actually being asked by some republicans, not just people believe a substantive democrats. question and discussion about to be clear it's democrats who failed middle east policies of are jumping on this big time, leading from behind. don. because of the fact that they >> that was romney's senior know that voters aren't necessarily going to vote on foreign policy, but they know foreign policy advisor richard williamson speaking with us last this is a question of crisis and hour. now to the apparent rift leadership and mitt romney is between the u.s. and israel. somebody with no foreign policy experience. secretary of state hillary clinton says there's no deadline that's why they jumped on it. i want you to listen what john against iran and its nuclear program. so where's the red line here when it comes to a possible kerry, the democratic chairman of the senate foreign relations committee, said. military conflict? he used some explicit words. next. >> to make those kinds of statements before you even know the facts, before families have
even been notified, before things have played out is really not just inexperienced, it's irresponsible, it's callous, it's reckless. and i think he ought to apologize. and i don't think he knows what he's talking about frankly. it's that simple. >> reporter: now to be clear, we should mention that john kerry i'm an expert on softball. and tea parties. also was the designated pit bull against mitt romney at the i'll have more awkward conversations democratic convention, so he's than i'm equipped for because i'm raising two girls on my own. not without political background i'll worry about the economy more than a few times before they're grown. and sort of thinking in his mind, but it's not just him. but it's for them, the democratic chairwoman of the so i've found a way. intelligence e committee who who matters most to you says the most about you. tends to sort of step back from politics told me and our producer in the hallway a short massmutual is owned by our policyholders while ago that she thinks that so they matter most to us. mitt romney did jump the gun by massmutual. we'll help you get there. putting out that statement and he shouldn't have done that. and sounds vying never mind politics on the for your attention. so we invented a warning calendar. i talked to one of mitt romney's you can feel. fellow republicans. introducing the all-new cadillac xts. he's actually the only sitting available with a patented safety alert seat.
u.s. senator who served as an when there's danger you might not see, ambassador dan koets coats of you're warned by a pulse in the seat. indiana. talked about whether it was right of mitt romney to put out it's technology you won't find the statements as things were in a mercedes e-class. the all-new cadillac xts has arrived, unfolding. he basically said he thought that both jumped the gun. and it's bringing the future forward. listen to what he said. >> it's a plolitical statement. let's avoid the political statements right now. >> should that be true of mitt romney as well? >> i think we need to keep the political focus on the election separate from the possible implications of what goes to security and how to protect our citizens. >> reporter: basically what he said is that any kind of knee jerk reaction in his experience as a diplomat quick statement sometimes comes back to haunt you whether it's the embassy or a political figure like mitt romney. other republicans of stature like john mccain, he's simply not going there.
he's a very staunch defender of mitt romney, but he is also who somebody who knew the people who were killed. he's decided i'm not going to answer those questions. we'll keep asking him. >> always boils down to politics. thank you, dana bash. appreciate it. much more on this developing story including the history behind these movies and cartoons that incite so much anger. plus the government is revealing the new number of americans who are hungry, homeless and without health insurance. there's a surprising number invol involving incomes of every american. very outspoken on the topic standing by to react, next. i bought the car because of its efficiency. i bought the car because i could eliminate gas from my budget. i don't spend money on gasoline. it's been 4,000 miles since my last trip to the gas station. it's pretty great. i get a bunch of kids waving at me... israeli prime minister giving me the thumbs up. it's always a gratifying experience. benjamin netanyahu wants
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fit back. have had dnitorsor jusce and w consulate. president obama is promising justice. joemana karadsheh is in tripoli, libya, for us. the evergreen coive this tension that erupted, do movement. you feel it in tripoli? we talkedbout our solidarity with the brothers and sisters in >> reporter: actually, no, don. the teachers union with the i was out and about today in tripoli. life seems to be normal. fight in chicago. there's a fight back taking ace ll different forms, people are hearing about what happened and most of the libyans that i have spoken to are alcolors,ll reg, and we outraged by what happened. they are condemning this attack are deeply empowered by it it. saying it's not representative >> so listen,guys. of the libyan people and their the american econom i number sentiments towards the united states and towards the west. they are saying that they are e eltion issue. you knew i had toalk to you grateful for the role that the about politics. mr.ey auses prent united states plays. ofam trying todismanehe many are familiar with ambassador stevens and the role are to work system. e he played. t that romn wts to programs like medicaid, food stamp people are really saddened by ogra thavitalor this attack. they are really shocked. os striving tocape port but is this the right thing? it's also seen as a wake up call whatd nd for the government here for authorities that have really not taken a strong stance. against poverty.
first to you,tavis. they have not taken action against these groups that we know are operating in eastern >> first of all, there should be called for an increa in the libya and that have carried out attacks in recent months against minimuwage. president obama ran on this issue four years ago. hard to imagine that four years western interests in that ago he rform of eastern city. >> it's on their minds. eradating poverty in thiscotry. people are talking about it. my question is as you're out and heanour years onlatfor of incasing the m w about, did you see any beefed up $9.5 anhour. security in tripoli today? they didn't get seris abou what about the u.s. embassy in is m um wage out to be tripoli today? >> well, the u.s. embassy to say increased. number two, they ought to be the truth is not an easy place prioritizing w and child to find. the's a reon why women and it's outside the center of tripoli. children are falling faster i went there for a meeting a couple weeks ago and it was porty t anybyelse. theyht to priizing pr indurialmpandat michelle ale actually not an easy one to find. so i think it's a bit hard for them to actually find that calls the new jim crow. embassy. but in terms of beefed up security, we're told by libyan officials that they are we in the media are gilty of providing security for the coveringe ce that we never cover the real issues. foreign missions here. e had peoplehis tour, they are on alert and have been friends of mine in the media, on alert for any possible
sa i'd loveto you , but attacks while the situation here we have to cover the race in tripoli does look on the between obama andromney. surface like it's relativity we don't have time to talk about stable. an issue like poverty. sha and all of that there have been some explosions when theeal issues are being that take place from time to time. the security forces do have check points around the city at all times. it in the middle ofer book i did not see anything out of right now. the ordinary. >> joemana karadsheh, thank you very much. it's excellent ok. two months before the so dr. west, i'm going to ask presidential election, we're you the same thing are candidates focusing on th right things? giving you a look at the issues. a break down on the u.s. debt, what should they be talking $16 trillion and counting. how does the left and right plan to balance the budget? on every one of our cards there's a date. about in yr estimation? >> ink they should be talking out bs. they should be talking about justice as it relates to working tied to big money, tied to big s.ie d to b corra we s barack obama, much beer to poverty. but barack obam ds not have a magnifent recor as it relates
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trillion. but it only took in $2.3 trillion in revenue. it borrowed the shortfall $1.3 trillion. and that's the deficit. the accumulated deficits, or shortfalls plus interest, make up the national debt. and it's more than $16 trillion today. the debt had run up under both republican and democratic presidents and congresses. both have had opportunities to tackle it. but it is never politically palatable. president obama formed the simpson bowls commission headed by former republican senator this is not the fstme alan simpson and bill clinton's that mocking the islam prophet chief of staff. they came up with a plan to cut muhammad hed violence. the growing debt by $4 trillion this cartoonist sparked protest over ten years. vice presidential candidate paul ryan was a member of that kurt wester guard faced years of commission, but he and enough others voted against it so it death teatsand last year a never even got to congress. muslim man was accused of critics say president obama has attaing him. all but ignored it.
commission co-head says the explain. so dan, you're the religion growing debt poses a major threat to the u.s. economy. >> where is the tipping point? editor for cnn.com. i don't know where it is. but when it comes, it's going to what is it about the muslim faith that leads to these violent responses over be so swift and so savage. muhammad's image? >> first of all, it's impor >> reporter: the president says he still wants to raise an oit that sourcesay agreement based on simpson with regard to the attacks in bowels, but the cuts aren't benghazi that left the ambassador and three other american officials dead, that enough. proposes $360 billion in cuts to seems to be an attack perpetrated by extremists using medicare, medicaid and other programs over the next decade. but because costs in those protests over an antimohammed programs are rising fast, the debt would be $6.4 trillion higher in ten years. film to launch the attacks. the president's budget also proposes cuts to discretionary it's important to understand the basis for these protests. and mandatory spending that . it goes back to the prophet would save $737 billion over a mohammed himself who lived in the seventh century and warned decade. military spending would be followers against worshipping reduced, saving $487 billion. him. he was just a messenger. and unlike anything the gop proposes, there's a $1.5 he didn't pretend to be divine. the point was to worship god. trillion tax hike with the wealthy taking the biggest hit.
he was worried about idol mitt romney doesn't want tax worship, about muslims beginning hikes for the ric so howill heh th to worship him instead of a la debt? >> will cut the deficit and get us on track to aalancebu and that led to this. >>eporte romney's 59-int >> do these believes mean that economic plan calls for reducg the federal workforce by 10%. li he also imp muslims ha no images or entitlement refm a major portrals of mohammed? there's no way to depict him detailed them yet. as for taxes, romney opposes physically? >> like a lot of things with cuing income t by a religion, it's complicated. in the 15th cey this high fifth across the board, point, there were all these presumably balanced by closing loopholes, but, ain n specifics. in short, neither candidate has attempts made to depict him, the prophet mohammed somewhat, but to leave out his face. proposed a plan that puts a serious dent in the u.s. t. but douglas durst still holds in recent decades, there's been a popular film about ohio out hope that one daye'lle able to retire his dad's de clock. >> i'm an optimist. mohammed. we would have a very bi pa. one of the issues is that for a long time, we didn't really see >> rorter: ali velcnn, nonmuslims attempting to portray new york. attack inibyaills fo mohammed. we have seen this in americans icluding the.s.
ambassador. ahead, marines are headed to the re. thfbi is getting involved. christianity, where for many 't go away. decades hollywood has been depicting jesus sometimes offensively in fil and others i was spotting, in art. but i had already gone through menopause. t with globalization this is only beginning to be anssue these symptoms may be nothing... but they could be early warning signs of a gynecologic cancer, with the muslim world right now. such as cervical, ovarian, or uterine cancer. 're seeing mor on, a lot more attempts by feeling bloated for no reason. that's what i remember. non-muslims. some are hostio lam. seeing my doctor probably s for everyone.rning sie so this kind of prohibition if you think something's wrong... ainst depicti mohammed is see your doctor. ask about gynecologic cancer. innow. >> when these incidents happen, and get thinside knowledge that plinto the stereotypes until i got a job in the big apple. of the west that we all get tainted when mohammed's image is mocked. >> right. but he had purina cat chow indoor. i think that both sides he absoluty loved it. and i knew he was getting everything he needed unfortunately become an emblem so from the american viewpoint, this attack in libya becomes to stay healy indos. and after a couple of weeks, i knew we were finally home! emblemmatic of this world. [ female announce purina cat chow ioor. and with this film, that's seen and for a delicious way to help maintain a healthy weight, in parts of the muslim world is try new purina cat chow healthy weht.
emblemmatic. and there are leaders on both sides saying, no, these are just excve tohe militry, extremists who are trying to gin andommnt limed to one's military oath. up this sentiment against one another. theme set of values that drive our nation's military but a lot of times those voices get drown out in polarized with ouaward winning apps that allow you to transfer funds, debates like this. pay bills or manage your finances anywhere, anytime. >> to see more on how religion impacts the events of the day, so that wherever your duty takes you, check out cnn's belief blog. usaa bank goes with you. continuing coverage of our top story. four americans killed at the american consulate in benghazi. just ahead, we'll have a closer look at libya since the fall of the gadhafi regime. ♪ [ acoustic guitar: upbeat ]
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